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Do you think having diabetes makes you spend more money on food?
No, I have no difficulty sticking to my food budget.
It's a challenge, but I find ways to stay within my budget.
Yes, I definitely spend more money on food.
I spend more money at the grocery store, but less money on eating out.
I do spend more money on food, but it's not because of my diabetes.
I've had diabetes all my life so I have nothing to compare my spending to.
I never really thought about it!

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